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Students will write ratios, equivalent ratios, rates, and unit rates.

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Students understand when measures of one quantity are proportional to measures of another quantity.

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Students use a table to determine whether the relationship between two quantities is proportional.

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Students understand what makes a relationship proportional or not.

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Students explore how proportional relationships behave on a graph.

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Students identify graphs that show proportional and non-proportional relationships.

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Students find and interpret the constant of proportionality within the contexts of problems.

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Students relate the equations to a corresponding ratio table and/or graphical representation.

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Students understand the structure of proportional relationship equations.

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Identify and interpret the point (1,r) on the graph of a proportional relationship.

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Students work to solve a problem while sharing their thinking processes, strategies, and solutions.

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Students discover how unit rates with fractions can be applied in the real world.

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Students use tables to find an equivalent ratio of two partial quantities.

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Students solve multi-step ratio problems including fractional markdowns, markups, commissions, and fees.

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Students use equations and graphs to represent proportions arising from ratios and rates involving fractions.

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Students understand a scale drawing is the reduction or the enlargement of a two-dimensional picture.

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Students recognize the scale factor to be the constant of proportionality.

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Given a scale drawing, students compute the lengths in the actual picture using the scale.

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Students identify the scale factor.

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Students create their own scale drawing.

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Given a scale drawing, students produce a scale drawing of a different scale.

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Students compute the scale factor for the original drawing of a different scale.

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Students play the Integer Game, justifying that an integer plus its opposite add to zero.

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Students recognize that the length of an arrow on the number line is the absolute value.

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Students use arrows to show the sum of two integers, also showing the sum is distance.

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Students understand the rules for adding integers.

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Students understand the rules for subtracting integers.

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Students solve word problems involving changes in distance or temperature.

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Students recognize that the rules for adding and subtracting integers apply to rational numbers.

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Students use properties of operations to add and subtract rational numbers without a calculator.

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Students recognize that properties of operations allow us to add and subtract rational numbers more efficiently.

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Students practice and justify their understanding of multiplication of integers by using the Integer Game.

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Students use the rules for multiplication of signed numbers and give real-world examples.

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Students recognize that division is the reverse process of multiplication.

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Students understand that decimals specify points on the number line by repeatedly subdividing intervals into tenths.

1 hour

Students interpret word problems and convert between fraction and decimal forms of rational numbers.

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Students recognize that the rules for multiplying and dividing integers apply to rational numbers.

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Students use commutative and associative properties of multiplication to generate equivalent expressions.

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Students use tape diagrams to solve equations of the form px+q=r and p(x+q)=r

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Students create equivalent forms of expressions.

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Students recognize structure in equivalent forms of expressions.

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Students recognize and use mathematics as a tool to solve real-life problems.

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Students understand the properties of equalities in number sentences.

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Students identify and compare the sequence of operations used to find solution to equations algebraically.

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Students identify and compare the sequence of operations to find solution to an equation algebraically.

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Students discover the importance of order of operations in generating equivalent expressions.

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Students understand why any order, any grouping works with certain operations and not with others.

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Students discover how expressions in different forms can reveal how quantities are related.

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Students understand the process for writing products as sums and sums as products.

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Students rewrite numerical expressions recalling the definitions of opposites and reciprocals.

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Students write expressions in standard form.

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Students build an equation that can be used to solve a word problem.

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Students transition from using arithmetic, to using algebra to solve the same word problem.

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Students examine and interpret the structure between 𝑝𝑥 + 𝑞 = 𝑟 and 𝑝(𝑥 + 𝑞) = 𝑟.

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Students describe an angle relationship and set up and solve an equation that models it.

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Students apply their understanding of equations to unknown angle problems.

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Students practice their knowledge of solving linear equations.

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Students explore the “why” and “how” of moving from numerical expressions to algebraic inequalities.

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Students interpret inequality solutions in the context of the problem.

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Students practice their knowledge of solving linear inequalities

1 hour

Students develop the definition of a circle using diameter and radius.

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Students use the formula for the area of a circle to solve problems.

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Students examine the meaning of quarter circle and semicircle.

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Students extend their knowledge of finding area to figures on a coordinate plane.

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Students find composite areas of regions in the coordinate plane.

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Students find the surface area of three-dimensional objects.

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Students discover strategies for finding the surface area of solids.

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Students use the known formula for the volume of a right rectangular prism.

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Students compute volumes of right prisms involving fractional values for length.

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Students solve real-world volume and surface area problems.

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Students solve real-world problems and present their approaches for determining volume and surface area.

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Students write a non-whole number percent as a complex fraction.

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Students solve word problems involving percent using expressions, equations, and numeric and visual models.

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Students use context of a word problem to determine which quantity represents the whole.

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Students solve percent problems involving a percent increase or decrease.

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Students solve word problems involving finding 100% of a given quantity.

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Students solve percent problems by identifying the type of problem and applying strategies.

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Students understand the terms original price, selling price, markup, markdown, markup rate, and markdown rate.

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Students understand the meaning of percent error.

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Students solve percent problems where quantities and percents change.

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Students solve simple interest problems

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Students solve real-world percent problems involving tax, gratuities, commissions, and fees.

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Students make scale drawings in which the horizontal and vertical scales are different.

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Students find missing scale factor.

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Given a scale drawing, students compute the lengths in the actual picture using the scale factor.

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Students solve area problems related to scale drawings and percent.

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Students apply understanding of percents to problems involving populations.

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Students use their knowledge of percent to complete charts and answer mixture problems.

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Students solve counting problems related to computing percents.

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Students understand that a probability represents the likelihood that an event will occur.

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Students use given data to estimate probabilities.

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Students determine the possible outcomes for simple chance experiments.

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Students conduct chance experiments that have equally likely outcomes.

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Students understand that outcomes are not always equally likely.

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Students draw tree diagrams to calculate probabilities of compound events.

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Students calculate probabilities of compound events.

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Students distinguish between theoretical probabilities and estimated probabilities.

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Students compare estimated probabilities to those predicted by a probability model.

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Students learn how to perform simulations to estimate probabilities.

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Students design their own simulations.